This presentation will focus on how to respond to unexpected fluctuations of Demand and Supply and how end-to-end supply chain visibility linked to an integrated business plan can help maintain customer service and ensure business continuity. Considering risks and appropriate inventory buffers are core to making a Supply Chain resilient to manage the unexpected more effectively. Making Integrated Business Planning a part of the overall corporate financial plan and linking to supplier management and logistics will significantly improve a company’s future Supply Chain resilience.
"During these times of great uncertainty being able to look for alternative mode of transports, routes or simply new carriers is vital to keep the flow of goods alive. Collaboration is becoming more important than ever in logistics where all the stakeholders need to share the same data to avoid disruptions and bottlenecks. Speed is becoming essential to react to any peak in demand. To be able to increase your warehouse throughput you must increase efficiency by optimizing your warehouse processes while keeping the costs down. Finally finding new ways to reach your customers, exploring e-fulfilment or simply digitalize the last mile delivery is crucial."
Supply Chain Expert – South Europe, Middle East & Africa
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